Mario Götze has not always been in the news for the right reasons since the FIFA World Cup final in 2014. Following the world cup-winning goal, the German playmaker’s career has declined. Mario Götze joined Bayern Munich in 2013 after the club activated his release clause.
Jurgen Klopp stated at the time that Mario Götze cannot be persuaded to stay at Borussia Dortmund because he wants to play under Pep Guardiola. The player and the club did not benefit from the transfer because he did not perform to his full potential.
Mario Götze returned to Borussia Dortmund in 2020 after leaving Bayern Munich. The German playmaker, on the other hand, did not fare well at the Westfalenstadion. The German playmaker was diagnosed with myopathy, a metabolic disease, and has since recovered admirably.
The German joined Eintracht Frankfurt this summer after two seasons with PSV Eindhoven. Hansi Flick has revealed that during his reign, he wanted to sign Mario Götze for Bayern Munich.
Mario Götze will compete for a place in Hansi Flick’s German team at the FIFA World Cup.
Hansi Flick did not get the player he wanted at Bayern Munich. He does, however, have the opportunity to work alongside him on the German National team. Mario Götze has joined Eintracht Frankfurt, which will compete in the UEFA Champions League. This season, the German playmaker will have enough chances to persuade the manager of his abilities.
The move is significant in his career because Eintracht Frankfurt is an ideal fit for the playmaker. The club has the potential to expand further and has a large fan base. The German national team is in transition and requires a playmaker with Götze’s qualities.
However, Hansi Flick will need to be persuaded by the player in the run-up to the FIFA World Cup. This season, Mario Götze will look to impress both his club and national team managers in order to revitalize his career.
It will be interesting to see if Mario Götze can finally live up to his potential this year and force his way into the German National Team!!
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